The 2012 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Inductees Announced

The annual list comprised of 25 recordings that are at least 25-years-old was announced by the Recording Academy last week.

The 2012 GRAMMY Hall of Fame inductees includes works by [mp3com-artist]Tina Turner[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Paul Simon[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Bruce Springsteen[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Gloria Gaynor[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young[/mp3com-artist] and many more!

The 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards takes place at the Staples Center on Feb. 12th.

ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN
FOLK MUSIC
Various Artists
Folkways (1952)
Folk (Album)

“ANYTHING GOES”
Cole Porter
(Cole Porter)
His Master’s Voice (1934)
Pop (Single)

BORN IN THE U.S.A.
Bruce Springsteen
Columbia (1984)
Rock (Album)

“DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS”
Gene Autry
(June Hershey & Don Swander)
Decca (1942)
Country (Single)

DÉJÀ VU
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Atlantic (1970)
Rock (Album)

EXILE ON MAIN ST.
The Rolling Stones
Rolling Stones/Atlantic (1972)
Rock (Album)

“FIXIN’ TO DIE”
Bukka White
(Bukka White)
Okeh (1940)
Blues (Single)

FOGGY MOUNTAIN JAMBOREE
Lester Flatt And Earl Scruggs
Columbia (1957)
Bluegrass (Album)

GRACELAND
Paul Simon
Warner Bros. (1986)
Pop (Album)

HERB ALPERT PRESENTS SERGIO MENDES & BRASIL ’66
Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66
A&M (1966)
Pop (Album)

“HOW LONG, HOW LONG BLUES”
Leroy Carr
(Leroy Carr)
Vocalion (1928)
Blues (Single)

“I HAVE A DREAM”
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Freedom March On Washington
20th Century Fox (1963)
Spoken Word (Track)

I STARTED OUT AS A CHILD
Bill Cosby
Warner Bros. (1964)
Comedy (Album)

“I WILL SURVIVE”
Gloria Gaynor
(Freddie Perren & Dino Fekaris)
Polydor (1978)
Disco (Single)

“KASSIE JONES”
Furry Lewis
(Walter “Furry” Lewis)
Victor (1928)
Blues (Single)

“KEY TO THE HIGHWAY”
Big Bill Broonzy
(Big Bill Broonzy & Charles Segar)
Okeh (1941)
Blues (Single)

“THE MESSAGE”
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
Featuring Melle Mel And Duke Bootee
(Jiggs Chase, Melvin Glover, Sylvia Robinson & Edward Fletcher)
Sugar Hill (1982)
Rap (Single)

MEXICANTOS
Los Panchos
Coda (1945)
Latin (Album)

“PRECIOUS LORD, TAKE MY HAND”
Mahalia Jackson
(Thomas A. Dorsey)
Columbia (1956)
Gospel (Single)

“QUE SERA, SERA (WHATEVER WILL BE, WILL BE)”
Doris Day
(Jay Livingston & Ray Evans)
Columbia (1956)
Pop (Single)

ROY HARRIS SYMPHONY NO. 3
Serge Koussevitzky, cond.
Boston Symphony Orchestra
RCA Victor (1940)
Classical (Album)

SANTANA
Santana
Columbia (1969)
Rock (Album)

ST. LOUIS WOMAN
Original Broadway Cast
Capitol (1946)
Musical Show (Album)

“WASTED DAYS AND WASTED NIGHTS”
Freddy Fender
(Freddy Fender & Wayne Duncan)
ABC-Dot (1975)
Country (Single)

“WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT”
Tina Turner
(Terry Britten & Graham Lyle)
Capitol (1984)
Pop (Single)

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